The Heart Transmission - Daily Card Of The Day - Lightworker Oracle



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The Heart Transmission

Lightworker Oracle

Deck by Alana Fairchild

Artwork by Mario Duguay


Your heart is capable not only of giving and receiving love, but of connecting you to a great network of beings that resonate in the highest frequencies of divine love. Through your heart, you can receive information and guidance from networks of light that fill our Universe. As you learn to open your heart to receiving these transmissions, your ability to work with a group consciousness in a loving way increases. You shall affect humanity in a loving way, influencing the collective, rather than allowing the lower frequencies of the collective to overwhelm you.

Working with group energy is a leap on the spiritual path, with risk, but also great reward in terms of empowerment to manifest your life mission. The risk with group energy is mitigated when you approach it from the heart, rather than the head. The mind can argue one point of view and then immediately – and convincingly ! – argue its opposite. The heart, however, either feels something resonate or it doesn’t – whether or not there is a logical explanation for it. The mind can be seduced by those who tell you they have great spiritual power. But this will instantly trigger intuitive ‘warning bells’ in your heart, for those with genuine power do not need to convince you of it.

The heart is the key to deciding where you offer your devotion. When you offer devotion to the group consciousness that loves you unconditionally, your heart feels safe, loved and an inner knowing of the rightness of that group for you – whether that group exists on the earthly plane or in a spiritual dimension. For as long as it gives you life, broadens your horizons, nourishes your truths and empowers you to live your destiny, that group is serving you. If you do not experience these positive effects, if you feel drained, confused or that your issues are not resolving as you work with this group, listen carefully to your heart and question whether it is indeed the right place for you to be.

It is important to also work with groups that you can serve. Although you may love your family, for example, they might not be the group you can best serve. Perhaps those who are open, willing and receptive to your spiritual gifts are outside your family. Perhaps your family can benefit spiritually from you in the role of mother, or son, or daughter, but not in the role of spiritual mentor.

On the other hand, some groups may want to feed off you, but not learn to do for themselves. They may wish for you to give them answers to their problems. They